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T-Mobile’s 2017 Christmas Cartoon Calls Out AT&T, Verizon for “Blizzard of BS”

Phillip Dampier December 21, 2017 Competition, T-Mobile, Video 3 Comments

T-Mobile CEO John Legere antagonizes AT&T and Verizon once again in his 2017 Christmas cartoon. Calling Verizon and AT&T’s business practices “bulls**t” in a two-minute cartoon featuring himself, an elf, reindeer and a snowman, Legere recounts how he took out the “misers” AT&T and Verizon that snowed customers with a “blizzard of BS.” Sprint goes unmentioned, which could be a good or bad thing depending on your perspective and its current relevance in the wireless marketplace. (2:11)

Currently there are 3 comments on this Article:

  1. Chris says:

    Why can’t we have John run the fcc? He would have a hay day banimg caps for good

  2. BobInIllinois says:

    T-Mobile probably had this made before the collapse of the merger talks w/Sprint, which was early November.
    So, not reason before that to tick off Sprint. Also, if merger had gone through, would not have wanted to criticize the new merger partner.

  3. kaniki says:

    But Verizon brought this on themselves.. With the thousands of people they kicked off this year, because they lived in areas that was “partner coverage” (which equals enough mileage to about equal the size of California).. Heck, T-Mobile sells a phone for $30, and at Verizon, it is $50..

    On a side note, I got a laugh at their hotspot coverage.. “Unlimited Mobile Hotspot (600kbps) ” It may be unlimited, but at speeds of about a half a meg, it is not like you are going to be doing much streaming, or downloading..







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